Travelling Towards Eternity

Travelling Towards Eternity,
[A5] Paperback - 296 pages, 
by Bediuzzaman Said,
Translated By Sukran Vahide.




Bediuzzaman Said Nursi said, 'I will demonstrate to the world that the Qur'an is a spiritual sun that shall never set and shall never be extinguished.' Thus his voluminous work, The Risal-e-Nur Collection, sets out to do just that. It expounds the truths of the Qur'an and shows that they can stand up to the scrutiny of science and logic, which is often used to discredit religion and Said Nursi invites his readers to reflect on the world around.

The Risale-i Nur collection is a six-thousand-page commentary on the Qur'an written by Bediuzzaman Said Nursi in accordance with the mentality of the age. Since in our age, faith and Islam have been the objects of the attacks launched in the name of so called science and logic, Bedizzaman Said Nursi therefore concentrated in the Risale-i Nur on proving the truths of faith in conformity with modern sciences, through rational evidence and by manifesting the miraculous aspects of the Qur'an that relate primarily to our century.
This collection now has millions of readers both in and outside Turkey.

Thanks to the Risale-i Nur, the Turks managed to maintain their religion despite the most despotic regimes of the past decades; although its author faced unbearable torments, prisons and exiles and no effort was spared to put an end to his service to faith, he was able to complete his writings comprising the Risale-i Nur and raise a vast group of believers who courageously opposed the oppression and preserved the dominance of Islam in the country.

The Risale-i Nur is uniquely fitted to address not only all Muslims but indeed all mankind for several reasons.  Firstly, it is written in accordance with modern man's mentality that, whether Muslim or not, has been deeply imbued by materialist philosophy: it specifically answers all the questions, doubts and confusion that this causes.

Bediuzzaman Said Nursi was born in eastern Turkey  in 1873 and died in 1960 at the age of 87 after a life of exemplary struggle and self-sacrifice in the cause of Islam. He was a scholar of the highest standing having studied not only all the traditional religious sciences but also modern science and had earned the name Bediuzzaman, Wonder of the Age, in his youth as a result of his outstanding ability and learning.







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